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Videos from the 2013 Annual Report

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When you join today, you'll help The Nature Conservancy achieve lasting results for both people and nature. Read the full 2013 Annual Report
 

Many of us love nature for its own sake, but there are practical reasons for protecting nature, too. Nature sustains us, educates us, restores our health, creates clean air and provides food to feed billions and the inspiration that feeds our souls. It’s not selfish to conserve nature for people; it’s simply a recognition that nature is part of us and we are part of it.

The videos above explore the many ways that nature matters to people across the globe. From a small Alaskan community who relies on salmon for their sustenance and way of life to a mother who watched as a protected area changed the future for her son and her family, each story is a powerful reminder of the importance of nature to people.

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